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Posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2014

THERE ARE an estimated 2,500 teenage pregnancies per year, including several cases at the primary school level


Education Ministry concerned as More schoolgirls getting pregnant

Prank blamed for school stabbing
One of the students involved in Monday's bullying incident at Presentation College, San Fernando, said yesterday he believed the stabbing was an over-reaction to an innocent prank

Stabbed Pres boy forgives attacker
"I FORGIVE him."

Stabbed Presentation pupil: A prank gone wrong

T&T's violence trickling into schools—priest

Mentors needed to save youths
A call has been made for adults to become mentors and help save the nation's youth.

Couva Teacher Murdered
Still reeling from the murder of nursing student Sally Roopan on Monday, the community of Couva was rocked again yesterday as another one of its women was brutally taken away

Mother's throat slit

Couva mom tied up, throat slit

Don't be afraid, stand your ground
Father of State witness:

...No participant harmed under protection programme
NO-ONE has ever come to any harm while under the active protection of this country's Witness Protection Programme since its establishment in May 2003

December spills cost Petrotrin over $50 million

EMA probing Guaracara oil spill
The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) has launched an investigation into an oil spill in the Guaracara River, Pointe-a-Pierre.

Beetham landfill back to normal

Landfill may become recycling plant

Singh: Ramnarine doesn't have to defend title
Chutney Soca Monarch row

Penny is the better prospect
Anand on PNM leadership:

You are the problem
Rowley to Sando East constituents...

Faris: One or two leaders
PEOPLE'S National Movement (PNM) members voting in the party's May 18 internal elections, may have to decide whether the best thing for the PNM is to have one person who is both political leader and Opposition Leader.

Grenada PM visits friend Manning
Ever grateful for his help during one of his country's darkest periods, Prime Minister of Grenada Dr Keith Mitchell visited his close friend, former TT Prime Minister, Patrick Manning

Marijuana debate heats up CJ's call challenged
Chief Justice Ivor Archie did not do enough research when he said the decriminalisation of small amounts of marijuana would be a remedy in alleviating the backlog of court cases.

Screaming 'Xena' put out of Parliament
A woman had to be escorted out of Parliament yesterday after she disrupted the sitting with her outburst, warning ministers to stop "shutting down the Prime Minister".

'Media should disclose party ties'
Media houses should disclose their affiliations to political parties, Independent Senator Anthony Vieira said yesterday.

TB scare at court
...workers also protest against senior staff member

Carnival Village launches on Friday

Police probe tyre incident at PM's home

Cops kill Tobago man after robbery
Tobago police shot and killed a man after a robbery at a boutique in Moriah, Tobago, on Tuesday.

Man who robbed Sir Ellis, shot dead
TEN years after robbing deceased former President Sir Ellis Clarke, 28-year-old Donatus Glasglow was gunned down on Monday night

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